Joško Eterović's exhibition in the Museum of Fine Arts entitled Works and Time: 1973 – 2015 and curated by Milan Bešlić, presents a survey of the artist's over 40 year long career. The selection includes representative artworks from cycles Interrupted Line, Square, Time of Construction, Course of a Tape, New Pointilism, Sol Invictus, Quarry, Curved Plane, Mutations, and, as well, media and technical versatility that has become a trademark of the artist's creative practice. Joško Eterović's career and success are atypical within Croatian cultural context. His inclination towards abstraction in exploration of compositional and coloristic values as well as tendency towards experimentation was formed in the demanding art scene and art market of Paris at the beginning of the seventies. This contributed to the further development of the artist's natural perfectionism in production of his art works. Eterović lives and works between Rijeka, Zagreb and Paris. He has received multiple awards and his artworks are part of the prestigious institutional and private collections in Croatia and worldwide.